This was announced at last week’s Caribbean Aviation Meetup in the Bahamas. The announcement was made by Rob Ceravolo, CEO of Tropic Ocean Airways and Cdr. Bud Slabbaert, the Chairman of the Caribbean Aviation Meetup, during the debriefing session of the conference. The attendees of the session unanimously agreed and offered their active support. The […]Read More »
Davie Enterprise RecordAruba has longstanding tradition for delicious foodDavie Enterprise RecordThe island of Aruba rightfully claims a bushel of culinary talent. Reflecting an ongoing love affair with food, cooks are having their way with creative re...Read More »
THE HAGUE – Poverty and establishing a social minimum for Saba are high on the agenda of the Saba Island Council delegation visiting The Hague this week. Creating more awareness of Saba’s social ills among Members of the Dutch Parliament and Dutch government officials is a key component. To illustrate the issue of poverty and […]Read More »
BRIDGETOWN – The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have signed an agreement to enhance capacity for mental health and psychosocial support in disaster management in the Caribbean. Monica La Bennett, Vice-President (Operations), CDB pointed out that despite the high vulnerability of the region to these types of events, “too often […]Read More »
CASTRIES – Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley says Caribbean countries cannot confront the realities of climate change without cooperating with one another. She expressed that view last evening as she delivered remarks during the opening ceremony of the 65th Meeting of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States’ (OECS) Authority, in St. Lucia. “The only way we […]Read More »
‘Many SD-WAN start-ups won’t make it’ – Aruba Networks VP www.channelweb.co.uk Aruba launches new SDN solutions for branch operations ITP.net Network professionals should think SD-Branch, not just SD-WAN Network World Full coverageRead More »
'Many SD-WAN start-ups won't make it' - Aruba Networks VP
A large number of start-ups in the SD-WAN space will most likely not survive past their funding phases, according to Aruba Networks VP Lissa Hollinger. SD-WAN has become a crowded market, with a number of start-ups being snapped up by larger vendors.
Aruba launches new SDN solutions for branch operationsITP.net
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This Aruba resort is really into flamingos and now we're really into this resort
There's nothing about flamingos we don't like. First of all, they're pink. Second, they have that cool standing-on-one-leg thing happening. Third, they're pink. Turns out there's a resort that feels just as good about flamingos as we do: the ...